Can any domain name be requested?

In principle, yes, but ICANN establishes a series of limits or exceptions (countries officially recognised by the UN, other names of territories, etc.) The PuntuEUS Foundation, for its part, will reserve certain names that are of special interest to the Basque-speaking community and that do not have a clear owner (for example,,,, etc.). Although until now domain names with less than 3 letters were reserved, ICANN now allows the registration of domain names with 2 letters.

Accents, umlauts and the letter “ñ” will also be accepted in domain names (browsers also accept them), and whoever registers the domain ñ will also automatically register, at no additional cost, the name, and the two will function as a single domain.